Ulrich comentou sobre o primeiro show que fez na vida, em 1982

O baterista do Metallica, Lars Ulrich, celebrou o 37º aniversário da banda com uma foto do primeiro show que fizeram. Ele também compartilhou o setlist e alguns comentários sobre a data.

O show aconteceu em 14 de março de 1982, na Califórnia. O lineup continha James Hetfield no vocal, Dave Mustaine na guitarra, Ron McGovney no baixo e Ulrich na bateria. A banda tocou principalmente covers e o ingresso custou U$15. Compareceram 75 pessoas ao evento.

Foram apenas duas músicas originais, “Hit The Lights” e “Jump In The Fire”. O resto da setlist apresentou covers de Sweet Savage, Diamond Head e Blitzkrieg.

Ulrich escreveu no Instagram. “Este foi o primeiro show que eu fiz na vida. Estava muito nervoso.”

Confira a foto e o setlist abaixo:

  1. Hit The Lights (Hetfield, Ulrich)
  2. Blitzkrieg (BLITZKRIEG cover)
  3. Helpless (DIAMOND HEAD cover)
  4. Jump In The Fire (Hetfield, Ulrich, Mustaine)
  5. Let It Loose (SAVAGE cover)
  6. Sucking My Love (DIAMOND HEAD cover)
  7. Am I Evil? (DIAMOND HEAD cover)
  8. The Prince (DIAMOND HEAD cover)
  9. Killing Time (SWEET SAVAGE cover)

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37 years ago today, March 14 ’82, the ‘Tallica played our first live show ever at a joint called Radio City in Anaheim, California. As you can tell from the notes in my diary, it was my first gig ever and I was “very nervous.”(!) Additionally, you eagle-eyed observers may notice that there’s not a lot of ‘Tallica originals being performed here at the first outing, but almost all NWOBHM covers, most of which ended up being recorded later along the way and showing up on various Garage releases… Here for your viewing pleasure is a picture of your Danish drummer from later in ’82 still playing my first Camco kit (there are no pictures that exist from the first gig), the OG flyer, the setlist in my handwriting and a page from my diary describing the antics of the evening! Happy Live Debut Anniversary! Who would’ve thought….🤪 #wanna #tbt 📸 by @umlaut

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